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Tankard – Cities In Flames lyrics

You're death is what I need
Fighting for deliverance, fighting in the night
Try to be dead! Try to be wrong!

You're pain my evil creed
Fighting for the instruments, fighting metal Gods
Pray to be dead! Pray for the breed!

Oh my lord, see the light of the sun
Kill your mother, oh my lord, kill your son

Turn it all around
Tear it up I wanna die
Suck my blood to make me cry

Satan's frying my brain
Dying for the overkill, dying for my death
Fear what I say! Hear it today!

No way to suck up
Stick it in your face, do it for the pain
My satan song! Is not so long!

Feel the death of your brain, oh my god
Going crazy in your mind, baby stop

Turn it all around
Tear it up I wanna die
Suck my blood to make me cry

You're death is what I need
Fighting for deliverance, fighting in the night
Try to be dead! Try to be wrong!

You're pain my evil creed
Fighting for the instruments, fighting metal Gods
Pray to be dead! Pray for the breed!

Oh my lord, see the light of the sun
Kill your mother, oh my lord, kill your son

Turn it all around
Tear it up I wanna die
Suck my blood to make me cry



Lyrics taken from http://www.lyricsmode.com/lyrics/t/tankard/cities_in_flames.html

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